Re-shaped By The Master Potter
Home Another Way by Brenda Anderson is a delightful
contemporary Christian romance. It is the eighteenth book in the Potter’s House
series but can be read as a stand-alone.
God is at the very core of the novel. We are
all called to be His eyes and ears, His hands and feet to a hurting world. “We
were God’s hands and feet.” The story surrounds the plight of the homeless. We
are to be “Jesus to broken people.” People become homeless for all sorts of
reasons, they need to be shown hope and love, not judgment. They need to know
that they matter. “She was seeing them, every person, and making each feel
Sometimes it seems as if the homeless are
invisible as people walk on by. Every homeless person is dearly loved by God. “We
need to see them not as homeless people, but as children of God.”
A Preview… Full review coming on release day 5th Feb.
Home Another Way by Brenda Anderson is a delightful contemporary Christian romance. It is the eighteenth book in the Potter’s House series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Once again Brenda Anderson has created a story
that consumes the reader. There are godly lessons to be learnt as we examine
I adore all Brenda Anderson’s novels. She
creates warm and welcoming characters who have realistic flaws and are just
waiting to be re-shaped in the hands of the Master potter. Just perfect.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.
Listen To The Master Tuner
Place Called Home by Brenda Anderson is a most delightful contemporary Christian novel. It is the eleventh book in the Potter’s House series but can be read as a stand-alone.
All Brenda Anderson’s books hit the spot and Place Called Home is no exception. With warm, welcoming characters, the reader feels instantly at home, snuggling down in the figurative comfy slippers for a fabulous read. We feel empathy for the plight of the lead character whilst longing to take her under our wings and into our heart.
There are many godly messages within the novel. We need to be open to being used by God and listen out for His prompting. “Why couldn’t he just… ignore God’s nudges?” We ignore the whispers of God at our peril. When He speaks we would be wise to listen. We may also be just the person to help someone else. “When God places someone on our doorstep, we don’t turn them away.” God knows just who needs what, where and when. Look out for the four w’s in your life.
The Car Whisperer
Long Way Home by Brenda Anderson is a delightful contemporary Christian novel about real sacrificial love. It is the fourth book in the Potter’s House series – a collection of books by different authors united by themes.
Real love is in 1 Corinthians: 13. Outside of Jesus, few of us know this real love. We are to model this love to others as Jesus shows His love to us.
Who needs love? Everyone. “The wealthy need to be loved and accepted too.” Sometimes people with wealth believe that they already have everything that money can buy. The love of Jesus is free but if we do not receive that love, we will be eternally poor. It reminds me of a quote from my pastor Leon Evans who said “some people are so poor, all they have is money.”